XTC Dive Center Annual International Beach Clean Up
XTC Dive Center in conjunction with the local school kids, CONANP (Comision Nacional de Areas Naturales Protegidas), and visiting XTC guests, will be holding a Beach Clean Up on Wednesday September the 12th at 9am at our local pier. XTC Dive Center in support of the International Beach Clean Up Day (Sept 15 & 16), decided to hold it´s own special event.
Avenida Del Atlantico
Apartamentos Aguamarina Golf
Golf Del Sur38639
28° 1' 26.472" N, 16° 36' 34.0308" W
Dive Against debris month of September has started and we are in full swing. Amarilla Divers is again collecting ALL rubbish from ALL dive sites visited during the month of September. We will then be registering all the rubbish on the Project AWARE site.
Please come and join in and help us clean our oceans.
The previous month of May was excellent and we collected mountains of rubbish, we hope we can do better this month.
Although we are continuously collecting rubbish, we are also finding more and more. It is a never ending job and one that we feel is important.
Calling all divers, snorkellers & beach combers, we need you! The ocean needs you!
Come along for a few hours one Spring sunday to collect debris from the ocean and from the beach before it ends up in the ocean!
Whether you can dive or not, we need your capable hands and willingness for a better planet.
Divers need a minimum of Open Water Certification to be able to participate. Please bring your own gear inc. tanks. A mesh bag is most ideal for collecting rubbish. Dive gloves are a must as part of your kit.
You don’t expect to find a baby stroller on the ocean floor. It makes you wonder what happens to zillions of baby strollers and many other consumer products from our everyday lives. But what happens to all these strollers? In fact, what happens to all our stuff?
Everyday we’re faced with thousands of choices, especially when we’re shopping. In an effort to shop smarter and greener we look for labels like earth friendly, BPA free, natural, organic, locally grown, ethical and eco. But we’re lucky if the labels even tell the whole story.
Kogelbaai caravan park en-route from Gordons Bay to Rooi Els
R44 Coastal road from Gordons Bay to Rooi Els
Gordons Bay, WC
34° 14' 9.1392" S, 18° 51' 6.5088" E
Alpha Dive Centre, in conjunction with industry partners and Stellenbosch University invite all beach and ocean users to join us for a beach cleanup and underwater debris collection dive (tidal pool frequented by children and locals) in Kogelbaai a.k.a Cool Bay on the coastal road from Gordons Bay en-route to Rooi Els. We meet at the entrance to the caravan park for the briefing, allocation of bags and gloves and area assignments. We meet at 9am so please allow for drive time and the registration process.
This September is Debris Month of Action: a whole month dedicated to fighting the ocean's silent killer, marine debris. With your help we are sending a loud and clear message: "Stop the Ocean’s Silent Killer"
Join us in the battle against marine debris. Your local actions contribute to a clean, healthy future for the ocean.
Dive Friends Bonaire is doing everything in their power to help their endangered sea turtle population. Last month they gathered 115 volunteers to Dive Against Debris targeting the South Pier of Bonaire. This working pier is often used for fishing and normally off limits to divers.